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PBS KIDS Activity Search

Find fun activities for kids including online games, coloring pages and printable activities.

Activity Search Results: 231-240 of 242

from Sid the Science Kid
Our eyes are amazing, but not all eyes see exactly the same way!
from Sid the Science Kid
Sharpen problem solving skills and explore the world of wheels!
from Sid the Science Kid
Find a new way to use a playground favorite!
from Sid the Science Kid
Test different ways of lifting to observe how levers make life easier!
from Super Why!
This game will leave Super Why fans in knots!
from Super Why!
Will you be able to get a seat during Musical Alphabet Chairs?
from Super Why!
Jump and rhyme in a game of hopscotch.
from The Electric Company
Make music on the beatbox machine.
from The Electric Company
Make music on the beatbox machine.
from Wild Kratts
Build a cheetah racer that can out run all the others on the course.

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